The 144th running of the Kentucky Derby, the first leg of the Triple Crown, is on Saturday, May 5.
Coverage kicks off on NBC 7 at 11:30 a.m. PT and the race is set for 3:46 p.m. PT. You can watch it all live at home or on the go via NBC Live.
You can live stream the Derby on your desktop or laptop computer or your mobile device by clicking on this link. You can also watch the coverage on the free NBC 7 San Diego app — download it from iTunes here or from Google Play here. All you need is your TV service provider’s username and password.
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